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We're not even touching on the drug use in broad daylight... What are you guys doing over there?

Is that not normal in major cities? Maybe I've become numb to it and it feels normal now. Here in philly, Kensington is basically the Hamsterdam/Amsterdam from the tv show The Wire.
 

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https://www.prnewswire.com/news-rel...ves-investment-from-mastercard-300995877.html

You guys heard about this stuff?

It's supposedly being used/practiced in South Africa ... and will be some crazy shit where the government can do things like 'predictive policing'

https://greatgameindia.com/bill-gates-vaccination-based-digital-identity/

This is some interesting stuff.

Of course,

Many of us have been saying for more than a year now stuff like this would be rolling out.

The pandemic was not about a disease, but about future control and influence.
 

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Have you guys gotten the vaccine? I got my first dose a month ago and had no side effects, but with the increased attention on myocarditis lately I'm iffy on getting a second dose (I'm 24- right at the end of the "at risk" group). I've known about this issue for months now (Israel reported on it) but the issue is still pretty prominent even with the increased sample size.

(Mods can just remove my post if this is a subject they'd prefer not to be discussed here, BTW)
 

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Not only will I not get the vaccine, but if there are any attempts to lock down in the autumn, then I'm leaving permanently for a country/state that is still free.

If they have lockdowns after people are vaccinated, then I will take that as the final proof that we're about to enter the medico-tech tyranny.

As of now, I am not yet completely sure that is the case. It could potentially just be a big scam by the pharma and political class, like swine flu. If they do lockdown again, with a 99,99% survival rate, then I'll know I was wrong and they're about to go dystopian.

There ARE a couple of places that resist, Florida, Sweden, Tanzania. Name them if you like.
 

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I dont need a vaccine. I'm healthy.
Known plenty of people who 'got it ' and it was just another flu> People in their own household didn't even get it.
 

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A lot of people have forgotten how bad the flu hits you as an adult. I had the flu in 2018 and for a day, at its worst, I was legit worried I would die. I called my doctor and he just said "sound like the flu bro".

If I called with these symptoms today, maybe I get admitted to hospital, all kinds of bs gets going. Contact tracing and all that.

Covid is a bit more dangerous than the flu for the elderly, but absolutely harmless to the below 50. The current IFR (infected fatality rate) is now something like 0.01%, because of old people haven gotten vaccines.
 
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I had Covid in Dec this year, I was actually sick for a solid month. My wife got it, drove her to the hospital when she was struggling to breathe in the kitchen. I've had bad adult flus but they usually only knock me down for 2-3 days. I was shocked at the long duration of Covid in me, I normally go years at work without taking sick days, at worst I get a runny nose every year or two. The thing with covid is probably 90% get it mild or asymptomatic, 10% get it bad, 2% get it hospitalization bad, 0.5% get it fatal.

The standard covid advice was go seek medical help if you are struggling with shortness of breath, this can be potentially fatal and nobody wants to end up in the ICU. But the real life covid ward doctors at the hospital ran chest xrays, listened to the chest and sent her home saying its just part of Covid, it sucks but she's not going to die so just deal with limited breathing. It absolutely affected my breathing too. I'm better now, but struggling to breathe for a month was not the same as the flu.

We mass vaccinated in Canada and I'm in Alberta and it's Canada Day and we're more or less free now. All restrictions removed, only like 60 cases yesterday or something (down from like 2000 a day about 1.5 months ago). Vaccines obviously work, but believe whatever you want. I work in construction with a bunch of 20-30 something conspiracy bros. None of them will get it either, somehow I was just the unlucky one to get it bad and I knew it was no joke from the start, but I got it and the idiots chinbagging masks got off scott free (most of them). And since everyone else did the work of achieving 70% first dose vaxx rate we get to open back up again and listen to them say "I told you so"
 
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I had Covid in Dec this year, I was actually sick for a solid month. My wife got it, drove her to the hospital when she was struggling to breathe in the kitchen. I've had bad adult flus but they usually only knock me down for 2-3 days. I was shocked at the long duration of Covid in me, I normally go years at work without taking sick days, at worst I get a runny nose every year or two. The thing with covid is probably 90% get it mild or asymptomatic, 10% get it bad, 2% get it hospitalization bad, 0.5% get it fatal.

The standard covid advice was go seek medical help if you are struggling with shortness of breath, this can be potentially fatal and nobody wants to end up in the ICU. But the real life covid ward doctors at the hospital ran chest xrays, listened to the chest and sent her home saying its just part of Covid, it sucks but she's not going to die so just deal with limited breathing. It absolutely affected my breathing too. I'm better now, but struggling to breathe for a month was not the same as the flu.

We mass vaccinated in Canada and I'm in Alberta and it's Canada Day and we're more or less free now. All restrictions removed, only like 60 cases yesterday or something (down from like 2000 a day about 1.5 months ago). Vaccines obviously work, but believe whatever you want. I work in construction with a bunch of 20-30 something conspiracy bros. None of them will get it either, somehow I was just the unlucky one to get it bad and I knew it was no joke from the start, but I got it and the idiots chinbagging masks got off scott free (most of them). And since everyone else did the work of achieving 70% first dose vaxx rate we get to open back up again and listen to them say "I told you so"

I am sorry you had to go through that my man. Sounds terrible. Hopefully, both you and your wife have recovered properly.

Consider yourself lucky, I just buried a close relative after he took all the precautions, went to the hospital on time, and had all the lifesaving medications.

Covid gripped him like the devil, messing with his lungs and eventually failing his organs. If only he had gotten the vaccine which he couldn’t because they were only giving it to the high risk people.

I’m fully vaccinated now and after what I saw happen to him, I’m thanking my fucking lucky stars. I don’t want the Darwin award.

It is also not just about dying, the timing of your infection will also play a huge role in your perspective towards Corona. If you are one of the unlucky ones who get sick during a nasty wave, you’re in for the experience of a lifetime. Medicines will run out, oxygen will become scanty, doctors won’t have the time to personalize your treatment, and in the end, your death will most likely be just a statistic.
 
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I've had bad adult flus but they usually only knock me down for 2-3 days.

I had the flu in 2018, which was the first time in 15 years that I came down with the flu.

I was sick and in bed for 10 days, with a peak of day 3-4 where I legit thought I was going to die. I also felt weak and out of breath for a month afterwards.

Flu is hardcore, most of us are just immune to some degree.